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T. X. WlXCHit Prwt4et
Capital and Surplus $240,000
H. J. DONATJ.
W. J. HARRIS,
T- M. WINGO.
JNO. 2. "WTATT.
We regret to advise the destruction by
fire Sunday morning of the building
used by us as temporary quarters during
the construction of our new building.
Our vaults are intact and stood the fire
in good shape but on account of dangerous
standing walls and debris which must be
removed, it will be two or three days
before we can gain an entrance. Our stock
of stationery, furniture and fixtures
was completely lost. Having secured the
furniture formerly used hy the National
Bank of Commerce we were enabled to open
for business as usual in the Fewel building
on El Paso Street, and ask our friends and
customers to indulge us for any little de
lays in handling their business until we can
gain access to our records and secure new
Work on our new seven story fire proof
banking room is going rapidly forward
and we hope to occupy it in a very short
Very truly yours,
JOHNM. WYATT, Cashier.
i Trals JEJullefia.
All afternoon and evening trains are
reported on lime.
Brock's barber shop will be open for
business at 4 p. m. today, 105 Texas
FRA.TEHXAL BROTHERHOOD PRIZE
BALL WED. XIGHT, AUG. 17.
Fort SaaiBcr Officials Earned.
Washington, D. C-, Aug. 16. Officials
of the new land office at Fort Sumner,
N. M., which was created at the last ses
sion of congress, have been appointed
by the president. Enrique H. Salazar
of Las Vegas, N. M., has been commis
sioned receiver, and Arthur E. Curran
of Clovls, X. M., has been named reg
ister. The jurisdiction of the new of
fice extends over 2,300,000 acres, which
formerly was under the Santa Fe and
Peach ice cream delrrcred after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
Got Three Votes for Congress.
Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 16. Three
votes received by A. A. Speer of Osage
county at the state primary election.
August 2, made him the Republican
nominee for congress from the' eighth
Missouri district. The party had no
candidate for the office. The official
announcement -was made today.
C. I. BIIIIngtCH, 70S Magoffin. TeL
1489, painting, paper banking, decorating
Ceal LisaOs Opened Up.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 16. The coal
lands in Xorth and South Dakota,
amounting to about a million acres,
which were recently withdrawn from
the public domain by president Taft,
have been opened to homestead settle
ment under the act passed at the last
session of congress authorizing agricul
tural entries on coal lands. The title
We Ghe Away
The People's Common Sense Medical
English, or Meaicine ounpunea. dv ., v. neroc, m. u.,
Chief CoaesltiRg Pkysician to the Invalids Hotel end Sur
gical Institute at Ssfelo, a book of 1008 Urge pages and
over 700 ilIiiraioasf in strong paper overs, to any one sending 21 one-cent
Stamps to cover cost of mailing enfy, or, ia Franca Cloth binding for 51 stamps.
Over 680,000 copies o this complete Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth
bindiag at xwgalar price of $1.50. Aftenrarde, one end a half million copies
were given, away as above. A nevr, up-to-date revised edition is now ready
for xn&uisg. Better send NOW, before all are gone. Address World's Dis
tsiiSJJX Medical Association, R. Y. Pierce, M.D., President, BufEalo, N. Y,
DR, PIERCE'S FAYORITB PRESCRIPTION
TEE ONE RTSMEPY for woman's peculiar aOmeats good eRougk
tka its makers ore not afraid to print on Its eutsida wrapper its
evsry ingredient. No Secrets No Deception.
'L'iLE ONB REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol end
MO feabkoraniQ$ drog. M&de from nstiva saedicxnal forest roots
of wcM tabEsbed oaratxrs valcc.
Tomorrow Last. Day
Some Goods Almost Given Away
JZfO. M. "WYATT, Cashier.
El Paso, Tex.,. Aug. 15, lO
to the coal and the right to prospect
for, mine and remove is reserved to
the United States, but the surface of the
lands is thrown open to settlers.
Our hall is gone, we mef?tat Gott
lieb's studio, Plaza block, Wednesday,
the 17th, 8 p. m. Important. Refresh
ments. H. Sprlnz, R. K.
Dead Body In a Sack.
Missoula, Mont., Aug. 16. The body
of an unknown man, sewed up in a gun
ny gttck with the arms protruding from
the seams, -was discovered on the Zim
merman ranch, near Bonner, Mont. The
coroner ana county attorney are investi
gating. The supposition is that a
murder was committed in the vicinity
and that the victim's body was being
dragged to the river by the slayer when
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
You'll be happy, v contented and
healthful, if you drink El Paso Dairy
Jurors for Browne Trial.
Chicago, 111.. Aug. 16. Four more ve-
niremen nave Deen sworn in as jurors
in the Lee O'Xeill Browne trial, makfng
a total of eight. So far five hundred
talesmen have been examined.
First National Bask savings depart
ment open Saturday evenings until 8
Crippen Can Go Back.
Quebec, Can., Aug. 16. Dr. Crippen
and Miss Leneve may now be taken
back to England for the trial on a
charge of murder awaiting them there
as soon as the order for their release
comes from the provincial authorities.
Last night they completed the fifteen
days under arrest in Canada required
under the "fugitive offenders' " aot-
Dr. W. R. Weeks, chronic diseases.
Murder Xear Raton.
Raton, X. M., Aug. 16. Patra Pero
vich. the Montenegro girl whose sweet
heart, Tomo Tomlch, was murdered in
Advisor, in Plain
11 North Stanton Street
May be permanently overcome
by proper personal efforts
WmilHE ASSISTANCE OF THE ONE
TRULY BENEFICIAL LAXATIVE-SYRUP
OF R6S AND EUXIR "SENNA,
WHICH ENABLES ONE TO FORM REGULAR
HABiTS DAILY, SO THAT ASSISTANCE TO
NATURE HAY BE 6RADUALLV DISPENSED
Wlffl WHEN SO LONGER IfEEDEUS THE
BEST OF REMEDIES. VfflEN REQUIRED.
MID ASSIST RATORE AND MOTTO SUP
PLANT THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS. WHICH
HOST DEPEND ULTIMATELY UPON PROPER
FEOORISHMEOT. PROPER EFFORTS AND
RIGHT LIVING GENERALLY.
TO 6ET 113 BENEFICIAL EFFECTS. ALWAYS BUY THE
GoiuiiK.Srajpc'Fies and Elixir Senna
ifornia Fie Syrup (o.
vFOR SALE BY ALL LEADING ORUGGfSTS
CN SIZE ONLY PPJCE bUr A BOTTLE
this city by two strange men, was
brought to Haton from Hebron, but
threw no light'on the tragedy. The men
who murdered her lover are thought to
be Montenegrians from Chicago -who
had known the girl there. A sheriffs
p'osse has searched for the murderers
all day -without success, and the search
will continue, but last night the girl
was allowed to return to BTebron.
Give the children plenty of El' Paso
Dairy milk and you will have no doc
First National Bank savings depart
ment open Saturday evenings until S
California Exposition Bonds.
Sacramento, Cal., Aug. 16. Gov. Gll
lett today announced that In all proba
bility he would call a special session
of the legislature in the near future to
take action upon the question of Issuing
$5,000,000 In bonds for purposes of Panama-Pacific
international exposition in
San Francisco in 1915.
Real bargains in show cases, counters
and other fixtures. See Krakauer,
Zork & Moye at the old stand.
Mj-sterlonB Kansas Murder.
Abilene, Kas., Aug. 16. After an
hour's session, in which no new infor
mation was gained, the coroner's jury
that is investigating the death of Miss
Bertha Benigus adjourned for a week.
The police still hold to the theory that
two persons entered the girl's room,
overpowered and chloroformed her.
El Paso Dairy Milk Is considered by
90 percent of the people of El Paso to
be the best.
Good butter mduns cleaji butter, clean
butter means Sedgwick creamery butter.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Promoting Official Harmony.
Washington, D. G, Aug. 16. In order
to promote harmony and cooperation
between the field officials of the gen
eral land office and the forest service
In the settlement of homestead claims
within the national forests, representa
tives of the interiorand agricultural
departments will leave - Washington
Thursday for the west to confer with
field agents of those two branches of
the government. The Washington of
ficials 'will visit Albuquerque, N. M.f
among other places.
Just call either phone and name the
particular flavor of Ice cream you like
best and Smith's ice cream factory will
send it up.
Winnipeg. Man-, Aug. 16. Two Ro
man Catholic priests, father August
Welch and Joseph Isicholas, attached
to Lesser Slave iLake mission, were
drowned Monday in the Smoky river
while returning from visiting missions.
The finest peaches that are grown
are the Mesllla valley peach, coming
fnto this market now. 25 cents a basket.
Laredo, Texas, Aug. 16. Geronlmo
Gonzales, a noted frontier character,
known some years ago as a bandit, but
later serving as deputy sheriff at Webb
county, Texas, was shot and killed on
the outskirts of Nuevo Laredo yester
day. Gonzales had disarmed one po
liceman and stabbed another when a
third opened fire with fatal results.
If there are anjr nicer or better water
melons grown than El Paso valley
watermelons, we have not seen them.
They are very fancy and we would like
to send you one.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Smith's ice cream is pure ice cream;
will stand any test. Delivered free
Postal Bank Arrangements.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 16. Postmas
ter general Hitchcock yesterday receiv
ed a report that the committee of or
ganization of the postal savings bank
Stoves, China and
F. Appleton, Gen.
systems Is in favor of the use of cer-
tlffpJltfiS of flonncit in5t31 flf TJRSS
. , : . , , , , ... I
uuuns, as previously aeciuea upon uy
thft nnmmJtaa in frnmlno' it t unfit tvt
plan. The proposed system -would ren- j
der unnecessary a great part of the
bookkeeping- that would he Involved in
iKe pass book system, it is said.
New Orleans, La., Aug-. 16. Official
announcement that the twenty-first re
union of the United Confederate Vete
rans will be held May 16, 17 and IS next
year, at Little Rock, is made by Gen.
Mickle, adjutant general and chief of
Smith's Jce cream complies with the
pure food law in every respect.
Girl Strangles Furious Dor.
Washington, r. C., Aug. 16. With her
bare hands. Miss ifaude Barbour, a
young woman pi this city, Monday
strangled a large dog, apparently mad,
which attacked her. Miss Barbour re
ceived a slight wound on the arm froi
the dog's teeth.
Woodman Circle Willow Grove Xo. 84
will meet Saturday night at 8 oclock at
Odd Fellows hall. Mrs. Lulu Mattlce,
Room 9, Courthouse Block.
Real bargains In show cases, counters
And other fixtures. See Krakaaer,
Zork & Moye at the old stand.
Revolution Strangled. "v-
New York, X. Y., Aug. 16. Reports
confirming -what appears to be a com
plete abandonment of the revolution
in Honduras by Manuel Bonilla and his
followers, were brought by passengers
on the steamer Viator, which arrived
from Port Cortez Monday.
Tour life is in your milk man's hands,
better drink El Paso Dairy Milk.
Peace In. JTIcaragna.
Xew Orleans, La., Aug: 16. That gen
erals Juan Estrada and Emlliano Cham
mero have left for the neighborhood of
Managua to carry on peace negotiations
with president Madriz, is the news re
ceived in dispatches from Bluefields,
Nicaragua. These dispatches are large
ly borne out by the Bluefields Ameri
can, the Insurgents organ, copies of
which were received last night. According-
to the American peace will soon
There's plentj' of good things to eat
in our delicatessen department. We
have fresh every dav f
Home Boiled Ham.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, &
An explosion attracted attention to
a small cafeteria at South Stanton
street Monday evening. A gas stove had
exploded, shattering itself in the do-
Ing. Aobody was injured, but the cook
was "some scared."
MesIIIa Valley Peaches.
Those who know say Mesilla vallev
peaches are the finest flavored in the
world, and they are. We have them
now, gTeat, large, yellow, juicy peaches
only 25 cents a basket.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Colquitt Back at Work.
Austin, Tex., Aug. 16. For the first
time in many months, all of the rail
road commissioners will be present
when the August docket of that body
was called this morning. There was no
docket called in July due to ta fact
that O. B. Colquitt was occupied-'with j
ma campaign ior governor.
Real bargains in show cases, counters I ty, is the defendant m a wire nieu. ju
and other fixtures. See Krakauer. i the federal court, the complainants be
Zork x- Arn-co , ia - ! ;., nsanf "RVinson and J. - Laaa or
j ,. twi. 1U OlttUU.
San Antonio, Tex.. Aug. 16.-The Tex
as delegation. Fraternal Order of
Eagles, will leave this week to attend
the meeting of the Grand Aerie, which
will be held in St Louis, Mo. This
state ranks high in membership and
will have about the fourth largest dele
gation of any in the United States.
Whereas, Providence has seen fit to
call from out midst E. E. Enlow, now,
therefore be it
Resolved by the board of directors of
the El Paso Police Benet association,
1,ttl ine P"ce department of this city
"? lost a brave, honest and faithful,
officer, the city a good citizen, this as
sociation a loyal member and the memi
bers of the police force and of this as
sociation a trustworthy friend whose
death we greatly deplore. Be it fur
ther Resolved, That we do hereby extend
our sincere sympathy to the members of
the bereaved family and friends and
tnat a copy of these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes 'of this board,
that a copy be sent to the family of the
deceased, and that a copy be handed to
each of the daily papers with a (request
to publish same. .,
A true copy.
J. N. Davis, President.
Attest: P. A. Candelarla, Secretary.
Card of Thanks,
The undersigned sincerely thank their
many friends, including the police de
partment of the city of El Paso and the
El Paso Police Benefit association, for
their kindness and consideration shown
toward us during the last sickness and
death of E. E. Enlow, our brother and
Mrs. C. "W. McCutchan.
Miss Margaret Enlow.
Miss Bertha BIsbey.
TWO FIREMEN" RECOVER
FR03I THEm INJURIES
Fireman Will Robinson, thought at
first to have been fatally Injured in the
accident which killed mayor Robinson
and fireman "Ware, was reported as
resting well Tuesday morning, with lit
tle doubt as to his ultimate recovers'.
rave Sullivan, injured at the same
time, is able to be out on the street.
MRS. BUCKLER EXPRESSES
REGRET AT ACCIDENT
A telegram to chief Armstrong of the
fire department expresses the deep
sympathy of Mrs. C. N. Buckler at the
death of Finis TVare, following rhe
burning of the Buckler block.
"W. C. Harvie, of the Darbyshire
Harvie Iron and Machine company, i3
expected Tuesday afternoon from New
York, where he recently arrived after
a trip through Europe.
Your complexion as well as your tem
per is rendered miserable by a disor
dered liver. By taking Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets you can im
prove both. Sold by all druggists.
Produce thick. luxuriant linJr irhea nil
ther remedies tnl.. We fzn-ranxt
Daaderlne. All Drurtriet, 25c. 50c au.J
J. or send fill A vrltl: 10r Imt-zuv- .
liver) lor a lame Irr-r- arr.ol.
KlfOWLTON DANS3BKINZ CB
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most radical step attempted by a po
litical -organization In many years.
icai organization in many years.
The keynote of judge Terrell's atf
dress at Dallas was the declaration
that the party was free from negro
domination or influence and while an
attitude of justice towards the negro
race would be maintained at all times,
vhe party was controled by white men
for white men. The credit for this
state of affairs was given to Col. Ce
cil A. Lyon, state chairman of the
Republican executive committee.
Such an announcement five years ago
would have been suicidal to the po
litical ambitions of any man in Re-
I publican rafiiks in Texas. That the
j enunciation was cheered heartily and
J commended so enthusiastically by the
j delegates at the Dallas convention
shows the change wrought in Texas in
the past few years.
Tlve cry of -the Republicans from now
m will be that the party is truly a
white man's party. Every citizen of
Texas will be invited in with the as
surance that the support of the Re
publican candidates will not mean the
encouragement oi negro awmna.uun i
have the least effect on the race ques
tion. TERREIiIi TO OPEN HIS
CA3IPAIGX OX AUGUST 27.
San Antonio, Tex, Aug. 15. J. O.
Terrell, Republican nominee f-r gov
ernor, will formally open his campaign
fnr governor at Corpus Christi Saturr
day, August 27. He will speak there
at the congressional convention which
viill nomi-nate Noafc Allen, f Bro
vhle. for congress against John &.
Garner, the Democratic nominee.
Immediately after this convention
Mr. Terrell will speak at a number of
other places. He expeote deliver
about 20 speeches between now ami
the November election, visiting all or
the larger cities of the state.
JUDGES FOR SAFFORD ,
PRIMARIES ARE CHOSl-a
Safford, Ariz.. Aug. 16. The follow
ing officers for the P"marr efrf
nave been appointed by the
supervisors: Safford, Democrats, Frank
Patterson, inspector; Robert Morris and
..:. -.kl a i-nAtras. Republicans,
William ivuuwiu. ..--a -- tt.vo
J. R. Weloer, inspector; James Wa
-.iA t, a -R. w. uiayiuH. JUU6-"
cialists. W. C. Neese, inspector,
EDDT COUNTY SOCIALISTS
Kosirell. X. M., Au:
16. There "will
' ..' r -t-Via cinrSalistS Of
hp a. mass meewif, w -" .
counVat thecOurt hou3 at -
bad tSaturaay, au&vu-i --, - -pose
of nominating two delegates to the
constitutional convention, and -for the
perfecting of a county socialist organi
zation. DAMAGE- SUIT FILED
IN FEDEBAIi CO u iti
Minnesota People Claim
That They Paid Money
W. C. Welbom of Pecos, Beeves coun-
'H W""" -" . ,, J 1 ,!.. I
Sfc. Paul. Minn. It is auegeu u m
petitioners that the defendant receivea
S3S0O from them for the purchase oi
sections 245 and 246, block 13, to the
H&G. railroad banks, Keeves coun
ty, specifically in the Toyah valley and
fter receiving the money refused to
convey the lands to tihe complainants.
The petition states that the defendant
represented to i&em that he did not nave
Hie money to develop the lands and they
agreed to furnish the money, ownersh"
to fce community. The coicplainant
claim to have advanced $800 for the op
tion on tihe land and $3000 for the first
pavanent. Thev ask reparation in the
sum expended by them and $500 addi
tional for expenses.
WOMAN ATTEMPTS TO
Three Efforts of Susie Mas
sey of Seventh Street
"What's the use of living. No . one
cares fgr me," expressed the view of
life taken by Susie Massey of Seventh
street, when lockeci In the city jail at
1 oclock Tuesday morning after fehe
had thrice attempted to take her own
life. After wood alcohol and a solu
tion made from the heads of matches,
soaked in water, had failed to end her
life, the woman is said to have attempt
ed to strangle herself with a towel.
The arrival of the police frustrated her
plans. The woman is being held at the
police station. Just what disposition
will be made of the case is not yet
JWO NEGRESSES ENCAGE
IN A LIVELY COMBAT.
One Woman Is Badly Slashed With a
Razor and Both Are Arrested on
a Charge of Fighting.
Two dusky Amorons, of the tribe of
Ethiopian, jrave a life like exhibition
of ladiatorial -combats of old on El
Paso street, neir Third, Monday. As a
result Ida Rofoinson lias her left cheek
slashed onen from eve to mouth, a razor
having been the instrument of warfare
which wrought havoc with her features.
She and Mav Olmar. also dineed as to
color, are in 'the city jail awaiting trial
on charges of fighting.
Counted officer Ike Stevens, who
made the arrests, says the women
fought like tigers, until both were ex
hausted. Even alter having been cuC
the Robinson woman did not ouit. There
were 50 bystanders, says the officer,
but none of them offered to slop tha
fight. Stevens's clothes were so smeared
with blood that he was compeled to
change his uniform after having made
the arrest. Dr. A. H. Butler dressed the
injured woman's wound.
BANK APPRECIATES THE
EFFORTS OF FIREMEN.
Enclosed in a letter of appreciation
to the fire department the American
National bank mailed a check for $100
to chief Armstrong for the local fire
fighters in return for the work the boys
did in preventing tihe bank s losses irom
'eing a total one in the Sunday morn
i')g fire. Thrt letter which -accompanied
he check st.'tf i that it wag to be used
:n providracr a-litional comforts for the J
tire-men of the department.
is woman's safest reliance; it is a medicine for external use, composed of oils
and other ingredients -which assist nature in all necessary physical changes of
the system. Its regular use "before the coming of "bahy prepares the muscles
and tendons for the unusual strain, aids in expanding the skin and flesh fibres,
and strengthens all the membranes and tissues. Mother's Friend lessens the pain
and danger at the crisis, and leaves
I "" -- ---
- tion that ier recovery is always
Liio luuuuci. xix auuii usmwuiu i.uu-
Is sold at drug stores. Write for oar
free "book for espectant mothers.
Will Write IPire Insurance
in Southwest Headquar
fThe Occidental Fire Insurance com
pany, the first company of the kind
to be organized in the entire southwest,
is now beiner formed at Albuaueraue.
fjy. , ..j.
j-xiu muuiijuittturs ui me company are j
if- "W. Flourney, Solomon Luna, J. H.
O'Reilly, George Roslington, A. B. Mc-
Millen, all prominent business men of
Albuquerque. The home office of the .
company will be in Albuquerque, where
the new companr will erect a six story '
reinforced concete building which will
be occupied, by the allied companies,
the Occidental Fire, Life and Accident '
Insurance companies. The ground has
already been bought. '
The Occidental FIre -nill be incorpor- j
ated under the laws of New Mexico for j
$200,000, all of which will be fully
to be the 'controller of the new "com
pany which Is planning to extend its
business from coast to
coast and will
ZJL S Sf
esiaoiisn onices in everv
"n- i-a..3 c-.nn tt t -. a. ii j- at i
""c5- ." wuniTOuer oi me
uccioental Life. The organizers of the
Fire Insurance company are the m'en
who have made the Occidental Life and
& SETT toTSXSJS
the new company will benefit by the
prestige of the two other allied com- I
Albuquerque will be the permanent '
headquarters of the Occidental Fire and '
the money collected in premiums will be
invested in the southwestern territory
from which it comes. The laws of New
Mexico are very strict regarding the '
organization of insurance companies '
and the requirements for the Investment ,
of the funds of the company. The new i
conmanv ha; Issued a nrnsnppfnc -frnm i
the home office in Albuaueraue and
the shares, which are divided Into $000
of $100 each, are being disposed of in
the district from which the company j
expects its patronage. J
The Occidental Life and Accident i
company has a general office In El '
Paso and will establish a similar of- j
flee for the conduct of the business '
of the Occidental Fire company. A nuin- j
ber of El Pao business men are In
terested in the allied companies which
are among the strongest in the coun
try. LYNCHERS AFTER NEGRO BRUTES:
BEAT HUSBAND: ASSAULT BrflDE.
Charleston, "Y. Ya., Aug. 16. Mobs
gathered last night in everv mining town
within a radius of 25 miles of Quinne
mont, W. Ya.. intent on lynching a neero
wibo assaulted and murder-ed Mrs. John
Arliss, the wife of a miner of Quinne
mont. Arliss and his bride of three
weeks were walking along a railroad
track when a negro attacked them and,
niter beating Arliss until he was left
for dead, assaulted and murdered the
woman. Arliss regained consciousness
next morning, crawled to the railroad
shops and a search soon revealed the
dead body of his wife. Posses arrested
NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM.
Holman & Hatcher, a nev real estate
firm, have opened offices in the Morgan
building on Mesa avenue. The new firm
is composed of B. Holman and A. A.
By destroying- the
germ and loosening- the
small particles from the
'scalp. Its regular use,
followed by occasional
shampooing- will keep
the scalp in a fine,
healthy condition and
free from all traces of
I have used half dozen or
more different hair prepara
tions but I find Hay's Hair
Healtk the very best prepa
ratioa I have ever used for
dandnuT and faded hair.
rattarrienna MJ.)M.E.Churcb. I
"Will not soil Ktrin tr W---. 1
Is sold at drug stores, write for our n - Z-
free took for espectant mothers. f fwfrkTr,Tl.C'n
BEADPIEIxD EEGTJLATOS CO., l f I U IP Txl li J5
1 It Costs 70 cents per Barrel to Manufacture Flour I
I Why Not Keep TKe 1
I Money in El Paso? 1
IZffT. GLOBE FLOUR J
Kg XJI&JJT Uttlt' . WU.W.&U LU UjUL JTXJiX. tC gVtj fUn.W.O m
9n ?.T T. IH
m just a little oit more a
1 THAT'S THE WAY TO BUILD EL PASO. 1
j GLOBE MILLS J
1 EL PASO, TEXAS 1
insiGijp tQBfv JUS MMfr
MW mW wai''
P J a
no ncsc an
detecuonln JUre i0nr hair C nScd wlthout
Is not a dye.
snd 2if W-s"The Cre of the Hair and
Skln. Philo Hay Spec. Co., Newark. N, J.,
U. S. A., and Toronto. Can.
REFUSE AUL SUBSTITUTES
$1 and 50c. bottles, at drnegisfcs
.Knoblauch Drag Go.
!Ehe greatest crisis in a woman's life
is -when first she "becomes a mother.
All the physical strength of her
nature is demanded at such times,
and7 it is necessary that her system
"be thoroughly prepared for the event,
in order that her health "be preserved
for future years. Mother's Friend
Hatcher. Mr. Holman is a native of
Austin "while Mr. Hatcher has been a
resident of El Paso for several years
and has extensive holdings in the city
BA3TD COXCERT POSTPONED.
Reyes's kid band will play "Wednes
day instead of .rbnight it the Airdome.
The Airdome company is giving a
mighty good show this week, and the
- attendance is large.
Original and Sinim
The Fct d-srlak fsr All Agts.
More healthful than Tea of Coffee.
j Agrees with jhe weakest digestion.
1 !?e!iaous, mvigoratog and nutritious.
r- t -u k J 1 J.r
vim um.i, uihi.gu. raaia.powQer lotwu
r A quick IUBCil preparsd 11 a JBlSlte.
Take no sabrfforte. Jbkf wHORLICC S.
Others are imitations.
Be Careful of Meat
This time of year, when a per
son eats meatyit must positively
be first clar and in the best of
condition. "' f
You get the finest meats at
The Lowest- Prices and"
the Best Service at
J. C. PEYTON, Successor.
S " ff0""
114 N. Stanton. Both Phones.
Ellis Bros. Ptsf. Co.
Ellis Bldg:. 110 S. Oregon
Ei Pass Pasieur institute
5"or Preventive Treatmeal
323 SAN" ANTOIVIO STREET.
PJjqhc $24 R. 1. Rt 3457
You Tvill find it to your in
terest to make this your
headquarters for feed and
grain. We'll save 3011 mon
ey by giving you better
quality, which means it mil
require less feed to keep
your stock. No matter how
large or small yoiu orders
may be, they will be appre
ciated. 0. G-.SEET01T&SOK,
Third and Chihuahua Sts.